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in oakland, maryland. eight degrees in washington and one degree in haggerstown. this is very dangerous cold air sitting with our region right now. we have a wind advisory in effect as the winds will continue to stay breezy and gusty. 18 at 6:00 a.m. some areas dropping into the single digits. i'll tell you how long this arctic blast is going to stay in our region in a few minutes. >>> be in charge of your own personalized forecast. iradar is available at foxbaltimore.com. use the interactive tools to track coming storms to your street. go to foxbaltimore.com/iradar. >>> hundreds of people said goodbye to an 11-year-old girl who was kidnapped from her salisbury home and found dead on christmas day. myranda stephens has more on how this tragedy brought it closer than ever before. more than 1,000 people came to the dmufrp salisbury this morning to say goodbye to the young girl they desperately wanted to see alive. >> (unintelligible). the pain, sorrow, many tears. >>reporter: 11-year old sarah foxwell was found dead christmas day after police say her aunt's ex-boyfriend, a register
it or not, are being turned away. several people showed up to help, at a washington d.c. warehouse to donate. but they were told no thanks. >> people want to help. but they cannot help. i don't have the money, but i have the time and manpower. >> organizers finally did take the supplies one person wanted to donate after nearly an hour of begging. now you can help the victims of the earthquake in haiti. go to our website foxbaltimore.com and click on haiti relief, on the left side of the screen. you will get the names and phone numbers of aid organizations. >> another earthquake hits. this in the cayman islands. 5.8 quake rattled the caymans, no reports of damage or death. the last earthquake in the caymans was in 2004. it was 6.8. >> again, we were the epicenter of crime and violence. >> later on fox 45 news at 10:00. tough streets of washington d.c. how they cut murders by 25 percent. the lessons baltimore could learn. it is the cover story tonight. >> i would stop buying swamp land with state taxpayer dollars. >> next, maryland's $2 billion deficit. the cuts the governor plans, and the one
temperatures. high winds caused major concerns in washington d.c. a huge tree fell on power lines. residents in the area lost power for some time. major gusts caused several bge customers to be without power. more than 38,000 customers have been restored so far. there are 39 residents without power tonight, most in baltimore. also in baltimore, the winds had street lights and ravens' flags blowing all over the place. people venturing out, bundled up. many say yeah, it's winter, but come on. >> my ears are cold. they hurt. the wind is just terrible. feels like it's going to blow me away. >> the temperature all day today has been below freezing. will we ever get out of this deep freeze sometime before june? here's vytas reid with a look at the forecast. >> your lips are frozen. >> it was very cold out there. in fact, temperatures having a hard time getting out of the freezing point. you add that wind and that's where it gets brutal. mother nature is not being very kind. talk about those cold winds blowing strongly. snow showers to the north. not quite making it here. maybe a flak
, washington county, garrett county until 6:00 friday. as they get to, four, 5 inches. 1-to 2-inches west of baltimore county. and maybe northern baltimore county. 1-to 2-inches. i am thinking a inch across the i-95 corridor and mixed bag on the eastern shore. so watch the storm closely. overnight tonight, clouds gather and precipitation starts to fall late tomorrow night. detailed at the look at the storm coming up. >> all right vytas. you can be in charge of your own personalized forecast. i-radar is available at foxbaltimore.com. use the interactive tools to track coming storms down to your neighborhood. go to foxbaltimore.com/. i-radar. >> when bad weather hits your neighborhood, see it, shoot it, send it. you can upload pictures and videos to our website. go to foxbaltimore.com and click on the see it, shoot it, send it icon. you can also sen pictures directly from your cell phone, to pics@foxbaltimore.com. >> in other news tonight. four people arrested in an alleged dogfighting ring in arundel county. >> and authorities credit the actions of a concerned resident for making the. but.
. 866-7-lockup. >> more trouble tonight for washington wizards's guard gilbert arena, arenas is charged with a felony for carrying a pistol without a license. arenas, you may recall was sus is suspended for an incident last month by the nba when he brought guns to the verizon center and had a confrontation with another teammate. >> the excitement continues to grow over the ravens taking owe peyton and crew. >> so do the similarities. sports director bruce cunningham tells us how familiar this road to the superbowl is. bruce? >> you know, it was yogi beara that gave us the dashavu all over again. i don't know if yogi is a football fan but he may recognize the wisdom of his words if he looked at the playoff run. because if this seems familiar. it should. think back to last year. the ravens beat the afc east champions and advanced to a match up on the road with the afc top seed. that's the exact situation they find themselves in right now. but last year was just that. last year. and it has little, if anything, to do with the current you situation. >> you know, it is good that we have been
in mount vernon today. washington monument and other sites were snow covered today. shoveling is all it took to clear off the sidewalks. >> baltimore county got a few inches overnight. as joel d. smith said today, this small winter blast caught many by surprise. >> i woke up when my alarm went off and i looked outside and snow everywhere. >> beautiful holiday scene. snowflakes filling the morning air. picturesque. serene. as long as you don't have to drive in it. >> people are afraid of it. and makes others nervous. >> early on drivers are getting where they need to go. even if they have to budget in extra times. >> normally takes 30 minutes had. i left an hour early today. >> good thing. as the snow continued to fall, it became harder to see. and cars found it more difficult to find the pavement, or anything, solid on top of it. >> i slid everywhere. everywhere i went. every turn i made, i slid. and i did that a couple of times. >> kelsey said it takes 10 minutes to get this far. today, 45 minutes. >> you feel the car going one way and trying to turn the steering wheel the other way
in washington. >> get your free phone at this number. >>reporter: it's the fastest-growing welfare program in the u.s. free cell phones. >> i think it's a good idea. you can't do anything without a phone. >>reporter: how do you get your phone voice mail texting and more than an hour of talk time a month? if you qualify for public-assistance programs like food stamps, medicaid or free school lunches, you're automatically eligible. of course, the phonings are not really free, they're paid for with fees for those who have a cell or hardline phone. it's called universal charge. >> the reality is this is just the frosting an enormous cake. we spend over $800 billion a year providing various types of assistance to the the poor. >>reporter: supporters insist that while it may sound wasteful, low-income americans need cell phones even if they can't afford them. >> it's valid public purpose and needs that can be fulfilled by having this available, but i think we all need to take a really hard look at the cost. >>reporter: the program is costing about $1 billion a year. that's up 20 percent ove
marriage washington will perform same sex unionons starting in march. >> what the other states have done is given same sex couples the opportunity to come in through our back door. and i'm closing that back door. >> delegate burns introduced a bill similar measures have been rejected before. >> turning to our weather today was a total wash out. the rain started this morning and seemed like it it would never stop is. people had the right idea that were out there today. we have people with their umbrelace i thought we did but we don't trust me anybody out needed an umbrella there they are are headed to church. hopefully we will start off the week and the holiday with dry weather. we will get a look at the forecast with chief meteorologist. >> martin luther king day parade starting at noon tomorrow. i think it will be fabulous. >> good news. >> all you get out and enjoy the parade will be there and we will wave at y'all come out and say hello. it looks like we are talking about rain tonight. the area of low pressure is moving to the east in dover. of heavy showers over there. taking a c
was a joke. arenas aadmits bringing four guns into the washington wizards locker room and using them in a so-called prank. apparently crittenton did not see it as a joke. and lashed out at arena. >> i cannot comment on the va the real estate of stories that came out. some factual, some are not. so, i think, the best thing for everyone to do is allow this investigation to continue. >> arenas has been suspend from the the washington wizards indefinitely. >> the baltimore raven's heading north for the playoff match up. >> that's right. and fans at home are rallying for a win. >> >> you could not mistake the purple spirit today at ms. shirley's downtown. the pep band and ravens cheerleaders all on hand to get everyone fired up for the big game. >> the ravens had one final practice today. before heading to foxboro massachusettss tomorrow to face the patriots. the bay state better known as. kristen berset joins us with a look at sunday's wild card game. >> kristen? >> there was good news. according to the injury report. every player was able to participate in practice. the last two days. so the ra
in nevada. fox news correspondent craig boswell reports from washington. >> senate majority leader harry reid spoke privately for the first time since statement he made about president obama during the 2008 election surfaced over the week. >> i have apologized to the president. i have apologized to everyone that knows i could have use a better choice of words. >> in his book, described obama as light skinned who could speak with or without a negro dialect. some republicans say reid should step-down from the leadership post. >> he is clearly out of touch with where america and his district is but african-americans are. >> he compared those (inaudible) >> throughout the country, that democrats can get away with saying those things, and the republicans could never, never get away with something like that. >> naacp and black caucus defending reid and his record on civil rights. >> those that want to capitalize off of those remarks, be forewarned. you will not find open arms. from the black community. >> president obama accepted reid's apology, and 2 appear at a policy event in nevada had nex
retreat. mr. obama visited baltimore last year, as you recall, on the way to inauguration in washington d.c.. >> well, all presidents layout wish lists, and successess in the state of the union. but both rarely stand up to scrutiny. last night's speech was no exception. >> the president made it clear, that his goals were more jobs, and less spending. >> starting in 2011, we are prepared to freeze government spending for three years. >> mr. obama plans to do that, without cutting spending to medicare, medicaid, social security, or national security. without freezing thoses costs, the savingss would amount to less than 1 percent of the deficit. it is the same plan president obama criticized john mccain for when republicans proposed it during presidential race. >> i really have concerns that what we have got is a president who has a great style, great ability to deliver an address, but may not have the ability to solve the problems, as long as he stays with the core values. >> president claims because of government intervention, about 2 million americans are working who would otherwise be u
. two men were stabbed, including 20-year old darius, a u.s. marine based out of washington d.c. he died from his injuries. a second victim was rushed to the hospital and is expected to recover. residents here won't soon forget the tragic ordeal. >> something like that to happen, you know, that's bad. >>reporter: the evidence left behind as a reminder and a warning to parents like tim randall, who worries about the safety of his son. >> i don't like him seeing stuff like that. >>reporter: we don't yet know what the victims and the attackers may have been arguing about. we do know they were stabbed around 4:00 this morning and police spent the rest of the day guarding the crime scene while the detectives work towards making an arrest. melinda roeder, fox 45 news at 10:00. >>> concerned citizens walked in federal hill. city leaders hope these crime walks promote better relationships between officers and residents and strengthen communities against crime. >>> city police made a big bust on friday, getting more than what they thought was $22,000 in cash. $15,000 of it was counterf
by firehouse magazine's 2008 national run survey, puts washington d.c., at the top of a list. with 3.5 firefighters per 1000 residents. next on the list, is the city of baltimore. with 2.8 firefighters per 1000 residents. and arundel county is number 10 at 1.6. followed by baltimore county, at 1.3. >> seems to me to come down to more of a managerial question. and are firefighters being used in the best way possible. >> other major cities like philadelphia, and boston, have fewer firefighters per capita than the city of baltimore. but the union said those numbers do not tell the whole story. >> you have to show all the numbers. you cannot show part of the numbers. >> baltimore city fire answers the highest call volume per capita nationwide. responding to about 300,000 calls a year. >> for us, in the fire department though, it has been very difficult because we have been tasked with covering the city, with less resources. >> in a city of 80 square miles. the department ranks fourth nationwide with the amount of firefighters and ems personnel per square mile. >> it is impossible to say
. >> it troubles me greatly, living in washington d.c., as i do, that there is not more consensus among the politicians. >> few are rushing to blame the president for the current state of affairs. >> unfortunately he came in on a down tone, of an economy, in shambles and we have not seen anything like this, i have never seen it since the depression. >> we come together, to elect a guy like barack obama and do not let him run the country. >> on the first day of the state of the union address. many here are hoping for a message of hope. >> just like their finding in the art that paints this country's past. >> america is not like a blanket. one piece of unyou broken cloth. >> america is more like a quilt. many pieces. >> many colors. >> many sizes. all woven together by a common thread. >> jeff abell, fox 45 news at 10:00. >> so who do you blame for the country's political problems? so far 76 percent blame congress. 24 percent blame the president. paul from union bridge writes on our website. mainly congress but the president is just as much to blame. they have refused to listen to the peo
operate a motor vehicle, and text message at the same time. >> so far, 19 states, and washington d.c., have passed laws that ban texting while driving. candace dold, fox 45 news at 10:00. >> next on fox 45 news at 10:00. how smoke isers may get hurt twice from the smoke that is already been in their lungs. >> you can fight crime right here in baltimore by dialing your phone. it is our fugitive files. joy lepola is at the warrant apprehension task force headquarters with breaking news for the search on one of the suspects tonight. joy, what happened? >> well, jeff as mentioned. we have breaking news at the warrant apprehension task force, where we have cap can occurred one of the fugitives. we were hoping to track down this evening. lieutenant colonel jesse oden joins us to talk about the apprehension. >> yes joy, received several calls tonight on aaron robinson. sent a few units to a location in east baltimore. robinson you was apprehended. thank the community for calling t does work. so in the other two suspects, continue to call. hopefully we can get them before the night is over
:00. >> washington wizards gilbert arenas is benched until further notice. he violated nba rules by bringing guns into the wizards's locker room. reports arenas and another player pointed guns at each other. arenas said the it was a joke gone wrong. and investigation is underway. >> the prime suspect in a holocaust museum shooting has died. 89-year-old james von brunn had been awaiting trial for allegedly killing a security guard. at the museum back on june 10. he was shot in the face, during that incident. the proclaimed white supremacist has been detained in a prison hospital since is the shooting. >> baltimore city police officer is investigated for mishandling a missing persons report. turns out the missing man was already discovered dead. melinda roeder explains why this is so baffling tonight. >> it was the city's first homicide of the new year. a man shot to death in an alley off owe calla avenue. he was found moments after police had taken a call about an abduction across town. >> based on the information we got from the informant, from the abduction, we realized that the shooting victim
in washington, representing maryland. he died today from complications of parkinson's disease. he was 87. >> well, we have got rid of the rain and pushing north. still few remaining showers. temperatures will go down. still breezy. and potential for some snow down the road. details in the seven-day forecast. coming up. >> think twice before you illegally download music. record companies are suing. find out how much one woman had to pay for her crime in tonight's "word on the web". >> we can be too protective. >> are you keeping the rain too close on your ch going out to dinner no longer fit into our budget. and so we started having these pizza parties on friday night. i learned how to make pizza dough. and we'd have friends come to our house. we know saving money is important. shop with your giant card and you can enjoy thousands of weekly specials and real deal savings, like top or bottom round roast, half-price, and progresso traditional soups, 5 for $6. this week only. when i look at my receipt and it says, "you saved $26," that works for me. only with your giant card. >> is your pare
will be made to secure a victory. >> the problem that washington has is that they cannot extend the great deal to every state because then they bust their price tag, even further than it is today. and instead of a trillion dollar bill we will be looking at 2 trillion-dollar bill. >> the ramifications of medicaid funding are immense. recent study shows under health reform. one-fifth of the country could end up enrolled in the program. jeff abell, fox 45 news at 10:00. >> you can tell lawmakers what you think. contact information is on our website foxbaltimore.com/your voice. there is more information about health care reform on our website. go to foxbaltimore.com and click on the cure for health care icon. >> new season of american idol is underway. and millions of viewers are expected to cast their vote. >> the voting process has gotten so much attention. politician are taking notice. melinda roeder explains how pop culture could effect political campaigns. >> ♪ >> each week, more than 10 million americans cast their vote for the next idol. >> are you saying no? >> definitely saying no. >> y
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